|NASA KSNN - Why Do Astronauts Float Inside The Space Shuttle - NASA LaRC Office of Education|
Why Do Astronauts Float Inside The Space Shuttle? This segments explains how weightlessness in space is similar to free fall.
Keywords: NASA Kids Science News Network; KSNN; Grant; Free fall; Weightlessness; Floating; Elevator
|NASA Destination Tomorrow - DT3 - Microgravity - NASA LaRC Office of Education|
NASA Destination Tomorrow Segment describing a microgravity environment and how this environment allows for research on all types of matter.
Keywords: NASA Destination Tomorrow; Microgravity; Environment; Free Fall; Gravity; International Space Station; Research
|NASA SCI Files - Forces of Motion - NASA LaRC Office of Education|
NASA Sci Files segment explaining the different forces of motion including weightlessness, free fall, acceleration, and inertia and how they relate to space travel.
Keywords: NASA Sci Files; Forces of Motion; Free Fall; Weightlessness; Inertia; Acceleration; Parabola; Accelerometer; Space Travel; Roller Coaster
|NASA Why? Files - Astronauts In Space - NASA LaRC Office of Education|
NASA Why? Files segment explaining how astronauts train to work and live in space where there is zero gravity.
Keywords: NASA Why? Files; Astronauts; Training; Altitude; Weightlessness; Free Fall; Parabola; Weightless Wonder; Airplane; Simulate; Zero Gravity; Vomit Comet
|NASA Connect - FoF - Launch Gravity - NASA LaRC Office of Education|
NASA Connect Segment explaining how launch vehicles overcome the force of gravity through the force of thrust.
Keywords: NASA Connect; Jennifer Pulley; Dan Geroe; Zach; Cassie; Jen; Seema; Robert Goddard; Rocket; Shuttle; Launch; Gravity; Mass; Force; Newton; Newton's First Law; Balanced Forces; Action; Reaction; Thrust; Free Fall; Microgravity; Ratio; SLI; Space Launch Ini
|NASA Destination Tomorrow - Episode 3 - NASA LaRC Office of Education|
NASA Destination Tomorrow Video containing five segments as described below. NASA Destination Tomorrow Segment that describes how scientists use simulators in research and training. The segment also describes Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and how scientists are using video games and simulators to treat the condition. NASA Destination Tomorrow Segment exploring a new program called Aviation Systems Capacity to help improve the problem of flight delays and airport conjestion...
Keywords: NASA Destination Tomorrow; Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder; ADHD; Flight Simulator; Video Games; NASA Researchers; Scientists; Impulsive Behavior; Symptoms; Pilots; Brain Wave; Beta Waves; Theta Waves; Flight Delay; Aviation Systems Capacity; Airport Conjestion; Air Traffic System; Weather; Advanced Air Transportation Technologies; Terminal Area Productivity; Technology; Airborne Information for Lateral Spacing; Civil Tilt Rotor Aircraft; Vertical; Fixed Wing; Helicopter; Verticale Takeoff; Transport; Civil; Coastguard; Rotorcraft; Rotor Blades; Lift; Tail Rotor; Propeller; Thrust; Aircraft; Space Shuttle; Lifting Body Design; Microgravity; Environment; Free Fall; Gravity; International Space Station; Research
|NASA Why? Files - The Case of the Inhabitable Habitat - NASA LaRC Office of Education|
NASA Why? Files video containing the following fifteen segments. NASA Why? Files segment explaining how astronauts adapt to a new environment like space. NASA Why? Files segment explaining how astronauts train to work and live in space where there is zero gravity. NASA Why? Files segment explaining the concept of equlibrium and how the Treehouse Detectives could maintain equlibrium in a Martian environment...
Keywords: NASA Why? Files; NASA Why? Files; Adaptation; Astronauts; Space; Altitude Sickness; Oxygen; Environment; Elevation; Sea Level; Training; Weightlessness; Free Fall; Parabola; Weightless Wonder; Airplane; Simulate; Zero Gravity; Vomit Comet; Trash Management; Module; Sunlight; Gravity; Equlilibrium; Balanced System; Mars; Habitat; Weather; Meteors; Plants; Algae; Algal Bloom; Fish; Atmosphere; Minerals; Water; Photosynthesis; Carbon Dioxide; Food Web; Consumers; Producers; Decomposers; Carnivores; Herbivores; Ominvore; Community; Survival; Bacteria; Fungi; Desert; Ocean; Food; Shelter; Reef; Lagoon; Forest; Pond; Animals; Rain Forest; Predators; Behaviors; Gravity; Outer Space; Microgravity; Earth; NASA; Gravitational Force; Boiling Point; Vacuum Pump; Martian Atmosphere; Boil; Density; Ice; Liquid Water; Water Vapor; Student Activity; Migration; Migratory Patterns; Turtles; Data; Coordinates; Food Source; Space Walk; International Space Station; Hubble Space Telescope; Neutral Bouyancy; Laboratory; Orbit; Space Suit; Radiation; Seeds; Plant Growth Chamber; Plant Reproduction; Germinate; Gases; Transpiration; Pores; Leaves; Evaporation; Condensation; Space Vehicles; Food; Nutrition; Space Seeds; Arabidopsis; Mustard Weed; Life Cycle; Control Group; Records; Reproduction; Normal Growth; Bioregenerative System; Extreme Temperature; Space Suit; Radiation; Protection; Outer Space; Air Pressure; Long Johns; Maximum Absorbency Garment; Iterative Process; Gloves; Space Station; Space Trash; Reduce; Reuse; Recycle; Trash Cans; Efficient Packaging; Progress; Hardware; Self-Sufficient; Soil; Nutrients; Terrarium; The Red Planet; Robotic Airplane; Winds; Iron; Lowlands; Highlands; Volcanoe; Canyon; Thin Atmosphere; Cold; Dry; Nitrogen; Argon
|NASA SCI Files - The Case of the Galactic Vacation - NASA LaRC Office of Education|
NASA Sci Files video containing the following eleven segments. NASA Sci Files segment exploring the Arecibo Observatory, what it does, and where it is located. NASA Sci Files segment explaining the different forces of motion including weightlessness, free fall, acceleration, and inertia and how they relate to space travel. NASA Sci Files segment exploring the future of space travel including people vacationing, working, and living in space...
Keywords: NASA Sci Files; Arecibo Observatory; Telescope; Radio Telescope; Radio Waves; Signals; Universe; Pulsar; Quasar; Reflector; Receiver; Electrical Signal; Control Room; Scientists; Equator; Wavelength; Optical; Atmosphere; Solar System; Galaxy; Extraterrestrial Intelligence; Artificial Signal; Forces of Motion; Free Fall; Weightlessness; Inertia; Acceleration; Parabola; Accelerometer; Space Travel; Roller Coaster; Navigation and Vehicle Health Monitoring System; Modified Bathrooms; Gravity; Zero Gravity; Exercise Equipment; Kitchen; Starship 2040; Orbit; International Space Station; Living Environment; Earth; Commander; Mars; Tourist Attraction; Canyon; Crater; Solar System; Planet; Water; Liquid; Frozen; Seasons; Axis; Polar Ice Caps; Atmosphere; Gas; Carbon Dioxide; Oxygen; Nitrogen; Hydrogen; Temperature; Space Suit; Common Denomenator; Meteors; Astroids; Water; Earth; Moon; Moon Phases; Illuminations; Revolve; New Moon; Full Moon; First Quarter; Third Quarter; Sun; Lunar Phases; Axis; Apollo; Tides; Beach; Gravitational Pull; Oceans; Century; Space; Distances; Parallax; Experiment; Student Activity; Optics; Protractor; Vertex; Angle; Data; Propulsion System; Space Radiation; Bone Mass; Chemical Rockets; Spaceship; Gases; Plasma; Magnetic Field; Exhaust; Energy; Heat; Electricity; Nuclear Power; Fusion; Thermonuclear Reaction; Technology; Arecibo Telescope; Solar System; Extra-solar Planets; Stars; Planets; Lightyears; Reflecting Telescope; Light; Dim; Betelgeuse; Giant Star; Life; Colors; Red; Blue; Temperature; Yellow; Dwarf Star; Sun; Habitable Zone; Ultraviolet Radiation; Puerto Rico; Galaxy; Orion Nebula; Hydrogen Gas; Whirlpool Galaxy; Extreme Environment; Boiling Temperature; Air Pressure; Celcius; Oxygen; Gravitational Force; Jupiter; Kilometers; Inner Planets; Mercury; Venus; Lava Flows; Helium; Saturn; Uranus; Neptune; Pluto; Astronomer; Proxima Centauri